Australia in the Great War
Australia in the Great War is the Memorials new permanent exhibition on display in the First World War Galleries.
The exhibition presents the story of Australia in the First World War chronologically, covering all major theatres of operations: Gallipoli; the Western Front; Sinai and Palestine; and the war at sea. The events taking place on the home front and the immediate and enduring legacy of the war are also included.
The Memorial holds one of the worlds great collections of material related to the First World War. The First World War Galleries integrate a wide variety of items from this collection, including dioramas and other works of art; uniforms; medals; technology such as artillery and firearms; photographs; film; and personal items such as letters and diaries.
Since the opening of the Memorial in 1941 the First World War Galleries have undergone several major alterations and many smaller updates. The new state-of-the-art galleries now occupy the entire west wing of the Memorials ground level.
❊ When ❊Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
2018-06-25 , 2018-06-26 , 2018-06-27 , 2018-06-21 , 2018-06-22 , 2018-06-23 , 2018-06-24Time: 10am – 5pm daily
❊ Venue | Location ❊Australian War Memorial [ view ]
Treloar Crescent Campbell A.C.T. 2612 || Map
Telephone: 02 6243 4211
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